Very low prices on 9 RBAP titles

  Better than the Beginning: Creation in Biblical Perspective by Richard C. Barcellos   By Common Confession: Essays in Honor of James M. Renihan   Covenant Theology: From Adam to Christ by Nehemiah Coxe and John Owen   Faith and Life for Baptists: The Documents of the London Particular Baptist General Assemblies, 1689-1694   Journal […]

video of presentation of book in honor of Dr. James M. Renihan

  At the Southern California Reformed Baptist Pastors’ Conference ’15, Pastor Ron Baines presented a book, By Common Confession: Essays in Honor of James M. Renihan, to Dr. Renihan. You can view the presentation here. Here is a link to the table of contents for the book. The Preface to the book is below.   […]

three RBAP titles on impassibility 50% off for a limited time

As many know by now, RBAP has published three books on the issue of divine impassibility. The latest, Confessing the Impassible God: The Biblical, Classical, & Confessional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility, came out late last year and is selling very well. It is a somewhat extensive treatment of the doctrine. Sam Renihan’s God without Passions: a […]

brief excerpt from Confessing the Impassible God – Chapter 2 Hermeneutics

  taken from Confessing the Impassible God: The Biblical, Classical, & Confessional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility (RBAP, 2015), 81-84. Copyright © 2015 Richard C. Barcellos. All rights reserved. The end notes (which are very important to read) in this post occur as footnotes in the text of the book.   Chapter 2 HERMENEUTICS Analogia Scripturae […]

Table of Contents for Confessing the Impassible God, coming soon from RBAP

Contents Abbreviations Foreword Paul Helm Preface The Editors Introduction An Introduction to the Doctrine of Divine Impassibility: Why is this Doctrine Important? James M. Renihan   Part I: Theological and Hermeneutical Prolegomena 1. Analogy and the Doctrine of Divine Impassibility Charles J. Rennie 2. Hermeneutics: Analogia Scripturae and Analogia Fidei Ronald S. Baines   Part […]

brief excerpt from Confessing the Impassible God – Romans 1:20, the Creator’s invisible attributes, eternal power, and divine nature

    taken from Confessing the Impassible God: The Biblical, Classical, & Confessional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility (RBAP, 2015), 183-86. Copyright © 2015 Richard C. Barcellos. All rights reserved. Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood through what […]

on divine invisibility and human language about God

  My friend Dr. Scott R. Swain has a brief piece on divine invisibility and human language about God here. This is an important discussion for understanding more than divine invisibility. This brief piece will help readers realize the gulf between Creator and creature, the limits of human (finite) language when speaking of (the infinite) […]

RBAP’s two books on divine impassibility…and one more coming

  RBAP currently has two books on divine impassibility, God without Passions: a Reader and God without Passions: a Primer. What is divine impassibility? Sam Renihan, in his newest book (God without Passions: a Primer), defines it as follows: “God does not experience emotional changes either from within or effected by his relationship to creation” […]

Preface to God without Passions: a Primer, Samuel Renihan

Purchase the book here.   Preface The Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (2LCF) states that “All things in Scripture are not alike plain in themselves, nor alike clear unto all.” Perhaps you find the doctrine of divine impassibility to be one of those doctrines that is less clear or less known to you. This […]